The Florida State Seminoles appear to be the class of the ACC once again, but some of their premier players were left off the all-ACC preseason team.
While the Seminoles did have four players named to the all-ACC preseason team, they had a few other players that deserved to be selected as well.
Brandon Jenkins, who has compiled 22.5 sacks over the past two years, was named to the team as a defensive end.
Florida State's kicker Dustin Hopkins was also selected, as he is one of the best kickers in the entire country. The Seminoles will need Hopkins to be accurate when he is called upon in big situations, as his performance could decide how successful FSU will be this season.
Lamarcus Joyner is among the best safeties in the country, and a strong argument could be made that he is the most important player on the Seminoles defense. While Joyner won't lead the conference in interceptions, he is a devastating hitter that rarely finds himself out of position.
The final Seminole to be named to the team was Greg Reid as a specialist, but since then, Reid has been dismissed from the team and won't be returning punts in garnet and gold this fall.
Here are a handful of other players that also deserved the honor of making the all-ACC preseason team.